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If you’re still deciding where to watch the big game on February 2, these tasty Super Bowl deals may help you decide. Here are some of NJ’s best food and drink specials to catch on football Sunday.

Black Bear Bar & Grill
205 Washington St., Hoboken

This sports bar has the biggest TV wall in Hoboken. Bartenders will be slinging $6 mimosas, $7 man-mosas and Jack Daniels drinks, $10.99 pitchers of Coors Light and $25 buckets of White Claw. There will also be epic giveaways after every quarter (past prizes have included a signed Eli Manning jersey and a football signed by Olivier Vernon).

Chickie’s and Pete’s
Locations in Bordentown, Egg Harbor Twp., Glassboro and Marlton
This Philly staple was chosen as the Top East Coast Sports Bar by ESPN. Luckily, there are locations in NJ, too. In Bordentown, Egg Harbor Twp. and Marlton, take advantage of drink specials and a stacked $39.99 all-you-can-eat menu, which includes cheesesteaks, nachos, wings, sandwiches, mussels and the famous Pete-zza. The Glassboro location has drink specials ($2.75 Bud Light and Budweiser, $4 Shocktop) and $5 menu including boneless wings, signature Crabfries and fried mozzarella.

Fireside Grill and Bar
133 South Main St., Marlboro

This spot’s all about sports and happy hour. You’ll need to loosen your belt after getting your fill of all-you-can-eat ribs.

Grasshopper Off the Green
41-43 Morris St., Morristown

Head here early—a crowd is sure to come. Drink $3.50 20-oz. Coors Lights and take advantage of food specials on game day fare like wings, chili, burgers and sliders. Stick around for giveaways and prizes.

Green Knoll Grille
645 Rte. 202/206, Bridgewater

Come for a half-time buffet, $3 domestic brews, $20 beer towers and more. Don’t miss out on raffles and giveaways that boast prices like Airpods and a big screen TV.

The Heights Bar and Grill
163 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Heights
This Irish-style pub serving American fare with a twist has tons of TVs and all the apps. Sip on $2.50 domestic drafts, $15 domestic beer towers, $1 mini burgers and $4 pounds of wings.

Kaminski’s Sports Bar and Restaurant
1424 Brace Rd., Cherry Hill

Join the party for Miller Lite and Tito’s specials while trying your luck in giveaways and perusing the complimentary tailgate buffet.

MJ’s Restaurant
Locations in Bayville, Matawan, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Neptune, Spotswood and Tinton Falls
MJ’s boasts that it’s customer-rated as the #1 venue to watch the big game. Score on $3 drafts, $4 shots, $5 wine and $6 cocktails at the in-house viewing party, or take advantage of take-out deals on wings, sliders and more if you’re watching at home.

Redds Restaurant
317 Washington Ave., Carlstadt

Bring your appetite for 50-cent jumbo wings, $1 cheeseburger sliders and $5 Bavarian pretzels, pizzas, nachoes and bratwurst. Wash it all down with $3.50 domestics and $5 house wine, hard cider and imported beer.

River Rock Restaurant & Marina Bar
1600 Rte. 70, Brick

$20 gets you a seat at this epic Super Bowl party, complete with a tailgate, DJ, giveaways, cornhole and an all-you-can-eat buffet. The 28-foot video wall and 40 TVs will give you an awesome view of every play.


After all that savory, you could use something sweet and football-themed (especially beaten-down Giants fans).

Broad Street Dough Co.
Towne Center
2005 State Rte. 35, Oakhurst

Order platters of football-themed mini doughnuts for game day breakfast or dessert. Even if they don’t show off your team’s colors, we promise they’re still delicious.

The Chocolate Shoppe
62 East Mill Rd., Long Valley
The kids will go gaga for these football-shaped chocolates decorated with nonpareil laces. Order a platter or a few individual treats.

The Dessert Ladies
266 Main Ave., Stirling

Preorder a whole platter of sweets including cookies, cakes and chocolate covered pretzels. There are four different sizes, so no matter your party’s size, you’re covered.

Montclair Bread
16 Label St., Montclair

This bread spot is doughnut-obsessed and totally in the spirit. Snag a sampler box including flavors from football-shaped Boston cream to team color glazed to maple bacon. Our fave is the Touchdown, a brioche doughnut topped with chocolate ganache, pretzels, potato chip pieces, M&Ms and peanut butter drizzle. New this year is the doughnut-inspired soft pretzel, complete with house honey mustard or chocolate caramel dip.

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